Sport Everybody chill, Kentucky isn't a sure thing

06:37  07 may  2017
06:37  07 may  2017 Source:   thescore.com

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It's also probably terrible to watch in person because the sound from firing all those quick motors and hydraulics would easily give away exactly what's happening with every switch. Hence the retro music without any sound effects from the video. Then in the mouth is likely the same since the cloth goes down and its in the mouth and then up again to cover and it's disappeared from the mouth when the cloth is back down. It looking like a mistake if it isn ' t one is because they probably want it fast to show off the robot and no one is talking it through.

  Everybody chill, Kentucky isn't a sure thing © Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports With all this talent en route to Lexington, there's a good chance Kentucky will reign over NCAA basketball next season and win the national championship. Then again, there's also a good chance that won't happen.

If you're one of those people who freaked out after the Wildcats landed five-star forward Kevin Knox on Saturday, please calm down.

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Knox was the fifth five-star recruit to join the Wildcats' incoming freshman class (and that number could go up if Hamidou Diallo - who joined the program halfway through the 2016-17 season but never appeared in a game and is currently testing the NBA draft waters - returns, or if John Calipari lands Mohamed Bamba). That load of talent is eye-popping, but don't let it fool you.

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This sub should continue to be a place of discussion and reason and not people posting asking why it’s dipping every time or if they should pump and dump. I think it will, and I am buying these cheap dips that short sighted people are selling. Profiting a buck a share isn ' t cool.

Kentucky Emergency Management Director Michael Dossett told CNN's Wolf Blitzer that they lost several large transmission towers and it will take weeks to months to replace them. There were more than 25,000 power outages in the state as of 9 p.m. ET, according to the tracking website PowerOutage.us . "Managers were on the loudspeakers telling people to get to the shelter-in-place area. They were also being guided by other managers and other employees who were trying to get everybody to that safe location," Amazon spokesperson Kelly Nantel told CNN affiliate KSDK Sunday.

Kentucky entered last season with similar hype thanks to the arrivals of five-star frosh De'Aaron Fox, Malik Monk, Bam Adebayo, Wenyen Gabriel, and Sacha Killeya-Jones, yet spent most of the season trying to establish a rhythm instead of dominating opponents.

The Wildcats came into the year alongside Duke as the heavy title favorites, but labored through much of the schedule and were eliminated in the Elite Eight. The Blue Devils, meanwhile, fizzled out in the Round of 32 after also grinding through the regular season despite their blockbuster class.

There were stars aplenty at Kentucky and Duke, but both programs can attest to the fact that recruits don't guarantee success. While the Blue Devils saw the likes of Harry Giles and Marques Bolden struggle mightily, Kentucky witnessed Gabriel and Killeya-Jones spin their wheels.

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Everyone needs to chill about our current record. I like what I saw from our defense when we were healthier and the rookies are getting some experience right now that they otherwise wouldn’t have gotten. With the unpredictability that COVID presents, I think the playoffs may be pretty wide open if we’re playing well and healthy. This isn ' t to argue with anyone it's just pointing out beating bad teams isn ' t a given and we've taken care of those teams this year. Also this isn ' t to say we dont need to be better against playoff level teams because we do.

Isn ' t that what this sub has devolved to over the past year or so? Hard to expect anything else, really. Rotating cards out of standard is, in my opinion, much better than a nerf. Just look at molten giant, now that style of handlock is gone forever. Same thing for charge otk warrior, and patron warrior. Sure sometimes a nerf leaves a card playable, but usually it's like BGH and is barely playable in one kind of deck.

If the 2016-17 campaign reinforced anything, it's that veteran teams often outlast those filled with one-and-dones. Kentucky and Duke had their seasons end prematurely, and experienced teams like North Carolina, Gonzaga, Oregon, and South Carolina stood in the Final Four.

So if you're freaking out about the idea of Kentucky wiping the floor with every other team next season, do yourself a favor and revisit the 2016 season, where the Wildcats' quintuplet of five-stars nearly fell out of the AP Top 25 at one point.

... Or the 2015 season, in which Skal Labissiere was an epic disappointment, Isaiah Briscoe was nothing special, and Jamal Murray and Tyler Ulis were left to carry the squad by themselves.

... Or the 2014 season, when one of the most talented rosters in NCAA history went undefeated in the regular season but still ultimately fell short of the main goal: a championship.

... Or - actually, by now, you should get the point. Just chill.

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In Kentucky , groups on social media have been working to reunite people with missing items from photographs to bibles and quilts. Michaela Copeland is among those whose missing photographs have been returned. She had kept her wedding photos at her in-laws house in Mayfield - one of the most severely hit cities. "When I found out and was tagged in each photo that was found, I got chills down my spine and thought it was so bizarre. Finding one is one thing but three is crazy," she told the BBC.

Also, I am not sure about the accuracy of this statement but the relationships where the women made the first move according to stats 86% of them ended in marriages. Also, it feels great to be wanted by someone when all your life you have been doing for everyone else. I asked the question because I’ve never been in a “serious” relationship before so I’ve never had to tell a guy. I don’ t usually talk about them (my family is super conservative, so they don’ t even know) so I wasn’ t sure what the proper “etiquette” would be. To anyone with the same fear I had, read the comments.

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